Prep girls basketball roundup: Tigers hit from deep in CLC win

Prep girls basketball roundup: Tigers hit from deep in CLC win

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Prep girls basketball roundup: Tigers hit from deep in CLC win

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Eight three-pointers helped St. Cloud Tech to a 74-31 Central Lakes Conference win over Sauk Rapids on Tuesday night at Tech High School.

Kaila Burroughs and Elizabeth Krippner both tallied 17 points for Tech. Kaelyn Angell had 13 points while Sam Boettcher added 11 in the winning effort.

Rachel Paulsen had eight points for the Storm.

TECH — Kaelyn Angell 13, Elizabeth Krippner 17, Kaila Burroughs 17, Jill Kedrowski 3, Tiana Brown 6, Sam Boettcher 11, Anne Soenneker 6, Nyadak Riek 2.

SAUK RAPIDS — Tara Paulsen 4, Ellie Henkemeyer 3, Bailey Bemboom 7, Rachel Paulsen 8, Bailey Becker 4, Emma Woods 3, Andrea Skillingstad 2.

Halftime score: Tech 41, Sauk Rapids 18.

ST. CLOUD APOLLO 51,
BRAINERD 39

Four Eagles scored in double figures to help swarm the Warriors at Apollo High School.

Abby Notch led Apollo with 14 points and Liz Lowery had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Eagles (4-10 CLC, 5-14 overall).

BRAINERD — Katelyn Johnson 6, Ariana Huber 3, Maria West 12, Amy Southard 2, Taylor Johnshoy 7, Heather Jaeche 2, Mikinze Boeder 7.

APOLLO — Katrina Johnson 11, Abby Notch 14, Alyssa Steve 2, Liz Lowery 10 (10 rebounds), Mel Gebhardt 12 (8 rebounds), Morgan Tesch 2.

Halftime score: Apollo 24, Brainerd 15.

FERGUS FALLS 71, SARTELL 48

FREGUS FALLS – The Otters were able to remain perfect (14-0, 21-0) on the season thanks to 20 points from Brianna Rasmusson.

The Otters hit seven three-pointers and went 19 of 22 from the line.

The Sabres (9-6, 15-9 overall) got 27 points and nine rebounds from Ashton Haider.

FERGUS FALLS — Devonie Smith 6, Bailey Strand 17, Brianna Ramsusson 20, Kathryn Sawtell 1, Hannah Swenson 13, Anna Monke 9, Samantha Velde 4, Kaitlin Capouch 2.

SARTELL — Hailey Winter 2, Kim Zipp 2, Emma Mitzel 3, Rachel Winter 2, Taylor Mareck 2, Mika Carriere 4, Ashton Haider 27, Kendra Raths 4, Haley Johnson 2.

Halftime score: Fergus Falls 43, Sartell 25.

SAUK CENTRE 67,
YELLOW MEDICINE EAST 20

GRANITE FALLS – Macy Weller helped pave the way for the Mainstreeters (20-1) by notching 16 points in a win over the Sting.

Sauk Centre’s Bethany Ellis added 10 points. Kelly Anderson led YME with seven points.

MELROSE 55,
MINNEWASKA 51

MELROSE – Gabi Sawyer (16 points) and Emily Goerdt (12 points) were both in double figures for the Dutchmen, who outlasted Minnewaska. Madison Phillips tallied 14 points for Minnewaska.

EDEN VALLEY-WATKINS 42,
ROCKFORD 26

EDEN VALLEY – The Eagles rolled to their 12th straight win in the Central Minnesota Conference as they dismantled the Rockets.

Dani Nelson led the charge for EV-W (12-0 CMC, 17-4 overall) with 10 points and seven rebounds. Missy Kummet added six points, five assists and five steals for EV-W. Hnubci Lee led the Rockets with 11 points.

HL-W-W 60, KIMBALL 45

HOWARD LAKE – The Lakers had control of the game all the way through, upending the Cubs at home.

Abby Miller scored a game-high 16 for HL-W-W (11-1, 18-5) while Maddy Smith pitched in 13 points. Allie Seth led Kimball (5-7, 9-11) with 11 points. HL-W-W led 27-13 at the half.

MAPLE LAKE 54, PIERZ 52

MAPLE LAKE – With five seconds left, Maple Lake senior guard Rachel Latour sank a three-point shot to give the Irish the lead for good.

Latour finished with 20 points for the Maple Lake (5-7 CMC, 10-11), 13 of which came in the second half.

Pierz (6-6, 11-12) was led by senior Bridget Bednar, who had 19 points.

WADENA-DEER CREEK 72, LPGE 53

LONG PRAIRIE – Emily Miron went off with 37 points to lead W-DC to the nonconference win.

Hope Theisen added 13 points for W-DC and Caitlin Volkmann had 12 points.

Jenna Langer and Samantha Zastrow each had 20 points. W-DC led 36-28 at the half.

NORTH BRANCH 52, PRINCETON 36

PRINCETON – Courtney Slibitscka had 11 points and Haley Hueset had 10 to lead North Branch to the nonconference win.

Taylor Laabs had 12 points for the Tigers (11-10).

BRAHAM 91, AITKIN 37

BRAHAM – The Bombers (13-0 Great River, 22-0 overall) got 35 points, six rebounds, six assists and seven steals from Vanderbilt recruit Becca Dahlman in their victory.

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